Weddings at Bridge Cottage 💐 Our beautifully restored medieval Wealden hall house is fully licensed for civil ceremonies! An intimate and relaxed atmosphere for friends and family to share the precious moments of your special day. If you would like a wedding brochure please email email@example.com or call 01825 760734
Saturday 17th July 10am to 2pm Saturday 31st July 10am to 2pm Return to the historic atmosphere of Bridge Cottage for our “Open for History” days. Explore the building with a varied and changing mixture of displays, artefacts and activities from local history to life in Bridge Cottage through the
We would like to say a big thank you to the Uckfield & District Lions Club for sponsoring our Christmas Tree again this year!
We are very happy to be part of the Holy Cross Church virtual festival of Christmas trees this year. Here is the lovely video. Here are some more pictures of the UDPS tree.
Here is another quiz, just for fun (no prizes I’m afraid), all about Bridge Cottage and Nutley Windmill. The answers will be posted here on the website in 3-4 weeks time. 1. Chimneys were first added to Bridge Cottage in which century? 2. What would Hazel Room (upper room) originally
We are very sorry to say that we are unable to host Cards for Good Causes (CFGC) at Bridge Cottage this year. To find the nearest CFGC shop, please visit their website www.cardsforcharity.co.uk
Due to the increasing risk of Covid-19, to protect our volunteers, we will no longer be accepting donations from Monday 28th September 2020. We also can not accept donations at the UDPS Charity Shop. We will resume as soon as we can. Thank you so much to everyone who has
CANCELLED – We are very sorry but, due to the current circumstances, we have had to cancel this talk. We are hoping to re-book for next year and will post a new date as soon as possible.
‘It is not known if by licence or not’:Uckfield’s Medieval Borough and Market – By Brian Phillips. Hindsight, volume 7 (2001).
‘IT IS NOT KNOWN IF BY LICENCE OR NOT’:UCKFIELD’S MEDIEVAL BOROUGH AND MARKET. The quantity of painstaking research published by Uckfield and District Preservation Society over many years – in seven annual volumes of HINDSIGHT, quarterly newsletters before that and several books – should disprove the old prevalent folk-belief that